Sports  November 22, 2014
Three-try Boks beat Italy 22-6
ItalyTries from Coenraad Oosthuizen, Jacobuns Reinach and Bryan Habana helped South Africa to a 22-6 win over Italy in the hosts' final Test of the November series on Saturday.South Africa now have two wins from their northern hemisphere tour, having followed a 29-15 defeat to Ireland in Dublin with a stirring 31-28 win over England at Twickenham last w...  Full Story
Radionova glides to second figure skating gold in Bordeaux
Russian figure skater Elena Radionova performs during the ladies short program of the Eric Bompard Trophy competition in Bordeaux, southwestern France, on November 21, 2014Elena Radionova blew away her rivals as the 15-year-old Russian glided to her second Grand Prix figure skating gold of the season at the Trophee Eric Bompard in Bordeaux on Saturday.The two-time world junior champion radiated in blue on the ice at the Meriadeck Ice Rink to take the title ahead of fellow Russian Julia Lipnitskaya and two-time winner...  Full Story
Stenson and Cabrera-Bello go three clear in Dubai golf
Henrik Stenson of Sweden plays his second shot of the 9th hole from the bunker to the right of the fairway during the third day of the DP World Tour Championship at the Jumeirah Golf Estates in the Gulf Emirate of Dubai on November 22, 2014World number four Henrik Stenson is on track to successfully defend his title at the DP World Tour Championship, but he will have to shake off the red-hot Rafael Cabrera-Bello after Saturday's third round.The Spanish world number 104 shot a seven-under par 65 – the low round of the day for a second successive day – and finished on 14-under par ...  Full Story
Rosberg in pole for F1 title decider
Mercedes-AMGGermany's Nico Rosberg on Saturday claimed pole position for the title-deciding Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, edging out his Mercedes team-mate and arch-rival Lewis Hamilton.Rosberg, who secured his 11th pole of the season, has to come first and hope that Hamilton finishes outside the top two to overtake the Briton and take the Formula One drivers' title.R...  Full Story
Federer gets Davis Cup doubles call
Swiss tennis player Roger Federer returns a shot to French tennis player Gael Monfils during the second match of the Davis Cup final, at the Stade Pierre Mauroy in Villeneuve-dRoger Federer will team up with Stan Wawrinka in the doubles contest at the Davis Cup final against France in Lille on Saturday. The Swiss pair will go up against French duo of Richard Gasquet and Julien Benneteau.The 17-time Grand Slam champion Federer was badly beaten in three sets by Gael Monfils in the opening singles on Friday, while Wawrinka ...  Full Story
Serbian basketball fan stabbed to death in Istanbul
Serbia expressed "outrage" Saturday after a Red Star Belgrade basketball fan was stabbed to death in IstanbulSerbia expressed "outrage" Saturday after a Red Star Belgrade basketball fan was stabbed to death in Istanbul.Each side gave differing accounts of events that led to the death of 25-year-old Marko Ivkovic who was stabbed in the heart during a between Turkish and Serbian fans on Friday night.Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic voiced "outrage ov...  Full Story
Japan's Miura batters Puerta to defend WBC crown
World Boxing Commission (WBC) super featherweight champion Takashi Miura of Japan (left) exchanges punches with challenger Edgar Puerta of Mexico during their title bout in Yokohama on November 22, 2014Japan's Takashi Miura battered Mexican challenger Edgar Puerta into submission with a sixth-round technical knockout Saturday to successfully defend his World Boxing Council super featherweight title for the third time.The 30-year-old overpowered the top-ranked challenge, sending him to the canvas in the first round before finishing Puerta off with...  Full Story
Ferrari and Red Bull seek F1 engine changes
Mechanics change tires on the car of Mercedes-AMGFerrari and Red Bull are demanding major changes to Formula One engine rules next year after Mercedes' domination of this season’s world championship.Ferrari and Red Bull want rule changes to cut costs and improve their competitiveness. But team champions Mercedes are not keen on plans to allow their rivals limited in-season engine development an...  Full Story